Reading and Leeds: Fans prepare for the final night
Eminem is set to close Leeds festival with a headline slot on the main stage on Sunday night, following his performance in Reading on Saturday.
Biffy Clyro are scheduled to top the bill in Berkshire after their headline slot at Leeds on Friday.
EarlWolf, an Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, The Creator collaboration, are also performing on the main stage in Yorkshire.
More than 170,000 music fans have been at Reading and Leeds this year.
The weather is forecast to improve at both sites after overnight rain in Leeds and showers at Reading over the weekend.
There have been 47 arrests made at Reading Festival so far with 85 crimes reported on site over the weekend.
Thames Valley Police say most of the offences have been on suspicion of theft or possessing drugs.
West Yorkshire Police say 18 people have been arrested at Leeds Festival for offences including suspected assault, theft and drug possession.
Phoenix, Disclosure and Haim will take to the Radio 1/NME Stage in Reading.
Dog is Dead will headline the BBC Introducing stage at Reading.
Performances from the stage will be streamed live on BBC Radio 1 from 7-9pm.
Festival-goers at Reading have been telling Newsbeat that they're looking forward to meeting some of the bands.
Rob Etheridge, 20, from Northampton said: "We're here to see Fall Out Boy. As soon as the gates opened we came over to queue for the Fall Out Boy signing."
Ross Owen Luke, 22, from Portsmouth added: "We waited at the gates from 8am and ran over to the signing tent."
Other fans are excited about seeing acts across the site's eight stages.
Kerry Golland, 21, and Amanda Lentz, 24, from Stanford-le-hope in Essex said: "We're looking forward to seeing Disclosure, Fall Out Boy and Knife Party."
The pair also talked about their highlights at Reading.
Kerry said Friday, when Green Day headlined, was "the best day of my life", while Amanda said the fans at Imagine Dragons' set on the BBC Radio 1/NME stage on Saturday were more energetic but she still enjoyed it.
"The crowd was mad. We got pushed over with a few other people but it was great."
By the time the live performances have finished, more than 200 acts will have played at both sites over the bank holiday weekend including Editors, Disclosure and White Lies.
Two extra stages have been added at this year's Reading and Leeds.
There is a BBC Radio 1 dance stage, headlined by Sub Focus, Magnetic Man and Knife Party, and a BBC Radio 1Xtra stage topped by Wiley, Devlin and Wretch 32.
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